Part-time students and residents of the region may audit a course (attending class and receiving no grade or credit) for $50 with permission from the instructor. Full-time students are not assessed the audit fee.
All residence hall students are required to purchase a campus meal plan and are assessed dining fees regardless of whether or not they utilize the dining services.
The music lesson fee will be assessed at $200 per credit for music courses MAP-2000 and above.
You may register for courses offered in the fall, spring, and summer sessions and may either audit the class or take it for credit. You will be asked to complete a Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver form (click here) requiring proof of benefits (copy of monthly check or statement from the Social Security Office). Since only tuition is waived, you will be charged miscellaneous fees associated with the number of credits requested. The Senior Citizens Tuition Waiver is only for Non-Degree seeking, undergraduate courses and does not cover graduate courses or degree seeking students.